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the stores. to cyber monday, millions more right now. power ball fever. the frenzy over the biggest power ball jackpot ever escalates. no winner this weekend. and just 72 hours until the next drawing, we will get you ready in case you're the winner of almost $500 million. new overnight. abc news has learned that police missed crucial evidence in the casey anthony case. suspicious internet searches made on the home computer on the last day caylee was seen alive. what the sheriff's office is admitting right now. ♪ hey you get off of my cloud and 50 years in the making, the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band back on stage last night. the rolling stones, your first look this morning right here on "gma" as we start it up. ♪ if you start me up if you start me up i'll never stop ♪ and 50 years of the rolling
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stones and they have not lost a step. that was some concert in london last night. they are on their way to new york. good morning, everyone. as you know, robin is home recovering. great to have amy robach here. what a start to the holiday shopping. a record-setting shopping weekend. also, new challenges ahead for the president and the white house. the fiscal cliff is coming fast. no viszable progress on that yet. and some surprising names are surfacing for the cabinet, including mark zuckerberg's number two at facebook. >> lots of names, projections out there. we also have a big warning for parents this morning. from a brand-new report. on average, 30 children a day head to the e.r. for concussions, broken bones from those bouncy houses. look at that. what you need know. those are disturbing pictures. also on the show, superstar alicia keys with us live for a very special concert right here in times square. we are so happy to have her back. >> big album coming out tomorrow.
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let's get right to the charged up start to holiday shopping. online shopping is already up 20% on thanksgiving day and black friday. what will cyber monday bring? john schriffen joins us from toys "r" us in times square. >> reporter: good morning, george. many retailers save some items to entice shoppers to go online. that is for people who have a holiday spending budget left. we saw record numbers this weekend, along with those wild fights of people grabbing anything in sight. this morning, the dust is finally settling from the holiday discounts and the door-busting dustups. from this brawl near sacramento that spilled out of a victoria's secret store. to full-on melees like this one in a texas mall that had chairs flying and police dogs brought in to break it up. there were plenty of shoppers fighting for deals.
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police say is a shoplifter even died outside this georgia walmart, possibly after being put in a chokehold by a security guard. still, it turns out, along with all the brawls, there was an awful lot of buying, too. the national retail federation says a staggering 247 million shoppers hit stores and websites to cash in on savings over the long weekend. up 9% from last year. nearly two-thirds of those shoppers went to stores or hit the web on black friday. >> this is my first black friday shopping. yeah, it's probably my last. >> reporter: and while department stores bested online sales over the weekend, this morning as black friday becomes cyber monday, experts predict a spike in online shopping but retailers offering deep discounts on the internet, just as workers return to their desks. experts say it's important to do your homework today, if you see a deal, grab it. the limited supplies, it might not be there the rest of the season.
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now here at toys "r" us, they started cyber monday early yesterday. they have some of the hottest toys right now at 70% off. amy? >> and so much safer, it looks like. thanks so much. so, was the holiday weekend, the boost that the u.s. economy needed. abc's bianna golodryga is here. good morning, it's not just the thrill of finding a great deal. take a look at this. consumer spending makes up 70% of the u.s. economy and 40% of that will happen in just these two months, november and december. so how did we fare over the past two days? not too shabby. $59 million spent. the average american in the past four days spent some $423. interesting to note, though, that black friday sales were actually down nearly 28% this year compared to last year. why? well, i guess a lot of people excused themselves thursday night from thanksgiving dinner, went out to the stores shopping. overall, we're expected to see a 4.1% increase from last year.
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that is very good news for the u.s. economy. of course, thanksgiving came early this year. we'll see if americans continue the spreading spree up to christmas. amy? >> it's all about having more days to shop. bianna golodryga, thank you so much. let's head to josh elliott with the other top stories developing right now. >> the holiday travel weekend as come to an end, but not without major scare for passengers flying from st. louis to cincinnati. a disaster averted in the final moments. a pinnacle airlines flight was cleared by air traffic control on its way for a landing when a pilot noticed another plane still on the runway. just ten feet from touching down, that pilot pulled up at the last second. the other plane was supposed to have cleared the runway. it is not clear why it hadn't. we'll have an update as news warrants. and a developing story overseas. thousands of people, many who make the clothes we buy here in the u.s., are protesting unsafe working conditions in bangladesh today. forcing hundreds of factories to close. they are demanding justice for
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124 people killed in a fire over the weekend at the factory you see here which makes clothes for a company that supplies walmart and target, among other retailers. there were no emergency exits and no fire escapes. and workers who did survive were told to ignore the fire alarm and get back to work. and a crisis growing worse for a key ally in the middle east, egypt. protests there have turned violent, with police firing tear gas at crowds, furious that president mohammed morsi has declared total power over the courts system there. now, he insists the move is only temporary, but several of his top advisers have now resigned and today in response egypt's stock market plummeted. meanwhile back here at home, a critical link between new york and new jersey has reopened. four weeks after hurricane sandy. you'll recall the video you see here, water gushing into the
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p.a.t.h. commuter train system. submerging tracks and stations. well, crews have finally finished pumping out millions of gallons of water that rushed in. but four weeks later, about half of the buildings near wall street shut down because of flooding still aren't open. many are home to large financial and law firms and could be closed for months because of electrical damage. and officials now say human error caused this massive gas explosion in springfield, massachusetts, friday. a utility worker accidentally punctured a pipeline while looking for a leak. 18 people were hurt. most of them gas workers. finally, it appeared to be another afternoon of football yesterday. dolphins and seahawks took the field in miami. and something happened. something i have never seen before. the sprinklers coming on in the middle of the game. you will notice, sunny 70s. so really -- nobody cared. after all, it was miami, sunny and 70s.
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a brief delay in the game. a computer glitch actually caused them to follow a saturday schedule, a local schedule. it was really an express sunday. thankfully, the home folks did win. everybody went home wet and happy. >> except for the grounds people. thanks, josh. we're going to turn now to president obama back from his post election trip to asia and a thanksgiving break. rearranging his cabinet a top priority, big shoes to fill in powerful jobs. abc's jake tapper is here. with more on that. jake, top of the list, replacing hillary clinton at the state department. >> reporter: that's right, george. at the beginning of a game of poker, at the beginning of a president's second term, one shuffles the deck. and president obama faces difficult decisions ahead of him. top priority -- replacing two cabinet secretaries running for the doors. secretary of the treasury tim geithner, and secretary of state hillary clinton. a clear front-runner is emerging to replace hillary clinton. >> let me tell you about susan
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rice. she has done exemplary work. >> reporter: susan rice has the inside track though john kerry remains a viable candidate. >> based on the information we have at present is that in fact, this began as a spontaneous, not a premeditated response to what transpired in cairo. >> reporter: they have vowed a fight, with her erroneous remarks blaming the attack on the benghazi compound on a demonstration over that anti-muslim video run amok. president obama suggests if they want a fight, they will get one. >> when they go after the u.n. ambassador, apparently because they think she's an easy target, then they've got a problem with me. >> reporter: to replace secretary geithner at treasury, white house chief of staff jack lew is thought to have the edge. the president likes him for his economic expertise and easy going manner. he's competing with current treasury officials, but there's also talk of a business ceo
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type. such as facebook's cheryl sandberg. and michelle flournoy would be the first woman secretary of defense but kerry may have the edge. >> the new strategy is to bore our enemies to death. >> reporter: and george, a possible political drawback for picking senator kerry is it opens up the seat once thought to be reliably democrat. but the senator says that's not necessarily the case. >> the senators i spoke to on "this week" are pretty optimistic about getting a deal. but the staff meeting all last week during that holiday didn't bridge very many gaps. >> reporter: no, all the reporting i have indicates there really hasn't been any tangible progress made. of course, nothing has dissolved, there's been no blowups which is good news. but as of now, they are still miles and miles apart, george.
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>> jake tapper, thanks very much. george, if you're worried about the fiscal cliff, well, there's always the power ball fever hitting everyone. the jackpot hitting a record $425 million. it could be higher before wednesday's drawing. john muller is right where people are lining up to buy the hot tickets. john, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. this is where the dream begins for millions of americans at mom and pop shops like this. we're at the garden state news in new jersey. lines not so bad this morning, in and out. but they will be out the door by wednesday night. keep in mind, 425 million bucks comes with 425 million stresses. here's what you need to know. with no winner this weekend and three days before the next drawing, the frenzy to buy tickets for the biggest jackpot ever is in full swing, including georgia and florida, the first two states to allow hopefuls to buy online. now imagine it, you just won the
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$425 million. you've never felt better in your life, right? wrong. >> butterflies in your stomach wouldn't even begin to describe how your stomach feels. so your ability for memory, decision making, rationale thinking is kind of on the decline. some people say even i.q. can drop, sometimes as much as 20%. >> reporter: experts say the first thing to do, turn the ticket over and find out how long you have to claim the dough. next, get a safe deposit box, put the ticket inside where it can't be lost or stolen. get a new cell phone number and put the home phone on voice mail. then hire professionals who specialize in financial windfalls. >> even if you say, money won't change me, i like my life, it will. >> reporter: not always for the better. the jackpot club is littered with casualties. too many to list. jack whitaker, the winner of what was, in 2002, the largest payout in history, saw his life consumed by hardship and loss. >> it was a hardship for me.
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>> reporter: experts say don't be too quick to hand out money to friends and family without long, serious planning. on the whole, studies though jackpot winners are happier with the money but expect five years to pass before you feel any sense of normalcy again. all right. enough good advice. here's random silliness. you could buy 2,000 brand new ferraris. the island nation of anguilla twice. you stand a chance of winning an academy award, but just the same, i got my ticket. >> yeah, if you don't buy one, you're at zero. >> george and i got to the bottom of this, you've never played the lottery? >> i'm playing today. >> yes, you are. >> i'm so excited. i've never played. >> find out thursday if she's won. we're going to turn to that new study out this morning about the dangers of bouncy houses. that backyard birthday party favorite is also home to more than 200 child injuries each week. bazi kanani is here.
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>> reporter: good morning. some stunning numbers in this study. it's a part of america. a new study looked at emergency room data across the country to determine how many kids are getting injured in how many inflatable bouncers. >> oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh! >> reporter: watch as this inflatable slide goes airborne. there's children inside, then crashes down on a crowd. >> i couldn't even get up. i fell so hard. >> reporter: 13 people were injured, including children. the most serious cases typically from bounce houses that weren't tied down. take a look at this house that flipped due to strong winds and wraps around a pole. it's just the kind of startling videos the thors authors of a new report about these inflatable amusements want parents to consider. researchers say from 1990 to 2010, more than 64,000 children were sent to the e.r. due to injuries of these air-filled playhouses. last year, the study, the
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average of 31 children were hurt each day. most of the injuries came from children falling down or running into each other, resulting most often in broken bones and sprains to the arms and legs. but there are other areas of concern. >> they did see that 7% of the children had concussions. and we really worry about head injuries. in particular, in young children. >> reporter: the study, just out this morning, suggests better design may prevent injuries. and says there should be better guidelines for using them safely. it's obviously important to make sure that bouncy houses are properly tied down. one other thing that parents can do, make sure kids of the same size are in the bouncy house at the same time. the study is published in the journal of pediatrics. >> that makes a lot of sense. okay, bazi. thanks very much. now, to the rolling stones, strutting on stage to kick off their 50th anniversary tour.
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it looked like a lot of satisfaction for the fans. where is the ding? tickets going as high as $18,000. abc's nick schifrin has the story. ♪ hay hey, kid, get off of my cloud ♪ >> reporter: from the top, they were on cloud nine, so much satisfaction. the trademark hit -- ♪ i can't get no satisfaction >> reporter: -- got cut off by an 11:00 p.m. curfew. combined these guys are 273 years old, but come on, with moves like jagger. >> it just gets in your soul. it rocks. ♪ >> reporter: 23 classics, almost all of them uploaded on to youtube. "sympathy for the devil" "give me shelter" with mary j. blige. and "paint it black." ♪ i see a red door and i want to paint it black ♪
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♪ no color any more >> reporter: at the time, the stones were the bad boys. not too different from today. >> ready. >> are you ready? >> people still coming out to see them. >> look around. >> reporter: certifiable, actually, they flew over for the 80th concert in their 13th country. >> i got my 2012 election shirt. obama won, that's cool but i'm going with jagger and richard. >> reporter: well, i don't think that mick can be president. which only proves that for stones fanatics -- ♪ you can't always get what you want ♪ >> reporter: you can't always get what you want, but if you try -- and spend $1,000, you get exactly what you need. ♪ i said hey get off of my cloud ♪ >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick schifrin, abc news, london. >> so the nose bleeds went for $1,000? >> wow. that is something.
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we're going to need a bell for all the dings here today. let's go to ginger zee with the weather. >> looking at all of you, i need you to know it's going to snow here tomorrow. >> oh! >> i know. not a lot, but a sloppy mess. >> you weren't even gentle about it. >> no. right away. right out the gate. philadelphia and d.c. included, too. first, it snowed in parts of the lakes throughout the weekend. lake-effect snow, one of my favorite parts of the season, it has started. the slipping, the sliding. some parts of oswego county got right up into the foot range of snow. the cold shot of air, 7 below in bismarck, 29 in jacksonville. cold air there. a severe weather shot in the southeast. houston is included in there. there's the snow, includes one to three inches outside of the city. your local forecast in 40 seconds.
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>> so for traveling all that stuff going back, remember, charleston, up through the northeast tonight and through the morning. that's my warning.
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>> yea! lake-effect snow, everybody. yea! coming up on "gma," bombshell revelations in the casey anthony case. abc learned the police missed suspicious internet searches the last day caylee was seen alive. and halle berry, with the custody case. and justin bieber wearing overalls and a back wards cap to receive an award from the prime minister of canada. how he's fighting back. and superstar alicia keys is here live. stay with us. ♪ this girl is on fire eys is here live. stay with us. two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf.
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she might even get up on the desk. >> no. >> yea! >> that's not happening. >> there's a good reason we're showing you, a brand-new online record. we'll have the details on that ahead. that's so exciting i lost my voice over gangnam style. good morning, everyone. robin, as you know is home recovering. it's great to have amy robach here. >> thank you so much. we have stunning revelations in the casey anthony case. abc news has learned that investigators missed crucial evidence. suspicious internet searches made on the anthony home computer the very last day that caylee was seen alive. >> stunning. also, take a look. a few of the thousands of separate photos turned into a rather astonishing stop-motion picture. >> that's great. >> a pregnancy. that little baby's the star. and that little baby's not out of the womb yet. >> that's so great. >> that's really wonderful. >> coming up. hey, we cannot wait for this. it's a very special concert
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ahead from alicia keys. she is with us live in times square. she is a girl on fire. >> sure is. album comes out tomorrow. she's playing here today. let's get right to that bombshell in the casey anthony case. dan abrams standing by to weigh in. here's rob nelson with the latest on that evidence that police never found. good morning, rob. >> jose baez first revealed some of what is being described as missing evidence right here on "gma" in july. but this morning, it appears that police and prosecutors are finally breaking their silence. >> we, the jury, find the defendant, not guilty. >> reporter: this morning, abc news has learned that the sheriff's office that investigated the case admits it missed strange internet searches made on the anthoniy's home computer, the last day caylee was seen alive. the searches apparently were never discovered by investigators because they were using a web browser. >> on the day that caylee died, someone on the anthony home
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computer ran searches an hour after george said they left the home. >> reporter: someone searched the term "foolproof suffocation." and in his book, "presumed guilty." part of the defense was caylee drowned in the family pool. one reporter is saying that the missed computer records are an oversight and a learning experience. and something that baez told us overnight he doesn't believe. >> this evidence didn't help the prosecution in any way, shape, or form. it's no surprise to me that it was not presented at trial. >> reporter: baez now says the evidence could have helped his case because the incriminating searches were made after prosecutors contend they left the house. >> what is significant is that there was computer activity. you have a serious problem if you're the prosecution, and that is that she's home and she didn't leave at 12:50.
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>> reporter: now baez says, had the searches been revealed in court, they would have called into question the testimony of anthony's father. meantime, former prosecutor jeff ashton reportedly now says, quote, a shame that he didn't have the evidence. >> we'll talk to dan abrams about all of this. it may be a shame that the prosecutors didn't -- >> a shame? it's bigger than a shame. it's a huge piece of evidence. >> this won't get her back into court. >> casey anthony could confess and it wouldn't change anything. she could come forward and say, here's how i did it, here's why i did it, here are the details and she still couldn't be tried again because of double jeopardy basically says you cannot be tried twice for the same crime. >> looking back, hypothetically, could this have made a difference? >> it could have, i don't think it would have. there was a lot of evidence presented at trial about comp e
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computer searches that she did. now, she searched allegedly for chloroform, neck breaking, other incriminating things. for those, the defense had a response, either it was her mother doing it, you can't show that it was her on the computer doing it. while this is an even bigger bombshell than any of those, i think that this jury still would have found her not guilty. there was definitely proof beyond a reasonable doubt, if you wanted to find it there, to convict casey anthony. i don't think that this particular piece of evidence would have changed this particular jury's mind. >> final question. such a high-profile case, how do you explain how the invest garrets missed it? >> you can't, particularly in a high-profile case, right, where the world is watching where you want to cross the ts and dot the is to make sure you do everything right, the notion that there's a huge piece of evidence that the defense knew about was missed by law enforcement is embarrassing and shameful. and i think is going to lead to them rethinking how they do what they do. >> and obviously, defense under no obligation to bring it forward? >> absolutely, no. the defense doesn't have to give
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prosecutors any sort of evidence. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. and now to the fallout from the holiday brawl at the halle berry house. both men landed in the hospital. her exboyfriend was forced to stay away from her and her daughter. cecilia vega has the story. >> reporter: this morning, halle berry's ex is nursing a black and blue shiner. these new photos of gabriel aubrey show what a knockdown, dragout fight he had with berry's fiance, olivier martinez. aubry faces the misdemeanor battery charges. it comes in the midst of a contentious custody battle between berry and aubry, and now, according to tmz, berry could be heading to court as early as today to ask a judge to extend a restraining order put in place after the brawl.
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>> i think the judge might say you need to take some anger management classes or parenting classes in order to have continuing ongoing visitation with your daughter. >> could you be quiet? there's a child here. >> reporter: berry and martinez returned to the home they share late thursday, trying to protect berry's 4-year-old daughter nahla from the paparazzi. police say just hours earlier, martinez and berry's ex came to blows when aubry came to drop his daughter off. martinez, an actor and former boxer, seen here holding x-rays, told police he fought in self-defense. this morning, neither berry nor the men are commenting. over the weekend at a los angeles theater, the actress with her daughter was all smiles, while the real life drama is going on at home. for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> wow, that is some story. time for the weather. ginger zee in for sam. >> yes, i brushed over quickly
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because we were excited for snow but severe weather. i want for focus, houston, to lake charles, shreveport, 70-mile-an-hour winds or large hail possible. look at this. we got frost, we got this on twitter from shawn parker, meteorologist down in tallahassee. >> this weather report brought to you by the u.s. postal service. head back over to the desk. >> all right, thank you so much, ginger. and coming up, justin bieber under fire. for -- look at this picture. shocking fans when he stepped on stage to accept a prestigious award in overalls. how he's hitting back at the critics right now.
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back now at 7:42 with superstar justin bieber provoking a little bit of a controversy when he accepted an award. a big award this weekend from the canadian prime minister. critics saying that he wasn't dressed properly. >> well, he wasn't. >> overalls, one little strap not done. george has weighed in. abc's linsey davis, though, has the story. ♪ i was your boyfriend >> reporter: how did the biebs go from every tween girl's fantasy boyfriend to this, denim overalls, neon sneakers? it's not just that he wore this getup. it's where he wore it, while getting a prestigious award from the prime minister of canada.
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critics now say the canadian pop star is, quote, a white trash prince, a far cry from the white house prince he appeared to be while suited up with president obama last year. the overalls have overwhelmed the web with comments like "disrespectful. "no class." "you want to be treated like a grown-up, dress like one." >> he's being intentionally provocative and wonders why he has detractors. >> reporter: bieber, once the model mama's boy, seems eager so shed the image. overnight, biebs was back online saying the photo op came after a performance calling out a reporter by name. if you, hayley, expect me to have a change of clothes, let alone a suit at that specific time, that's crazy. he starred in an oprah special sunday night where he said -- >> people need to realize, i'm not changing, i'm just growing up, guys.
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like there's a lot of people waiting for me to just mess up you because a lot of teen stars do. >> reporter: as far as the canadian prime minister is concerned. he didn't seem to mind his most recent ensemble. tweeting, in fairness to justin bieber, i told him i would wear any overalls, too. for abc news, lindsay davis, new york. >> like the look? >> thumbs down. thumbs down. >> come on. >> we love the voice. well said, george. all right. coming up, the best deal for cyber monday. it's today. so you do not want to miss it. and "the play of the day" that will have you cheering. just freeze it right now. just freeze it. just -- just freeze it. >> freeze it before we see it? ♪ ♪ this holiday you'll find 24 exceptional designers at prices that will amaze.
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i now know what they say before "the play of the day." >> what is it? >> i'll tell you later this week. we have a great one. cheerleaders, megan and crystal ann, accepting a challenge from the mascot. if they could raise money. chuck pagano who was diagnosed in september, they, the cheerleaders, would shave their heads. the mascot raised more than $22,000. look who went under the razors during yesterday's game. a phenomenal story. we actually had a chance to talk to megan a little bit earlier this morning. >> i've just been affected personally by cancer. i've had family members. and mentors. and i volunteer at our local children's hospital. and i met little girls who lost their hair and the bravery that they possess. it's just something that i wanted to help others. the fans were so supportive and cheering for me the entire time. and my captain is really great. she tried to call a lot of dances that didn't involve a lot of hair whipping around to get me to feel more comfortable and
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i was getting used to it. >> we see the chuckstrong signs. and this is all done as you turn a supportive eye to the coach, chuck pagano. he was at the game yesterday, acknowledging the crowd, pounding on that heart of his. hugging the owner. what has been like this whole season? has everybody rallied around him? >> the city's really gotten behind him. he was nice enough to send me a text, while he's going through this himself, thanking me for doing this. he's a wonderful man. >> megan and crystal ann, we thank you as well. we thank you, blue, for being -- well, not holding up the interview as best you can. >> she can handle that. >> alicia keys coming up. movie star, pop stars, tv stars and more importantly people just like you have all donated coats to help americans in need. >> it's time to go. >> go to on yahoo! or go to any burlington coat factory store to
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good morning. san francisco health officials still trying to taken the source of a carbon monoxide leak. a dozen people went to the hospital last night after testing positive for carbon monoxide poisoning. they called for help when self ravel them reported feeling faint. -- >> still foggy. >> that's right. dense fog advisory through the next hour, ground stop at sfo with 16th of a mile in visibility hayward quarter of a mile north bay the worst, hazy and mild this afternoon. >> san jose no fog on 280 pardon me this is 87 northbound you can see very slow past hp pavillion, westbound 580 greenville had a motorcycle down that is cleared. southbound 680 motorcycle down there yeared.
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♪ this girl is on fire this girl ♪ this girl is on fire and this morning, alicia keys, girl on fire.
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her brand new album is out tomorrow. she's here today live, for all of us. alicia keys. it will be a special "gma" concert. good morning, everyone. robin will be tuning in for this. great to have amy robach here. >> this has been cute video we have seen here. people are laughing. there's a little surprise or two in this video. the astonishing 1,000 photos of mom and baby growing together all told through the snapshots. >> it was ten months? i did -- is that ruining something? i take that back. the nine-month journey. >> it just feels like ten months. it could be the biggest day yet. cyberer monday has already started. we have the inside track on your best deals online. right now. right now. and the holidays are not only about shopping, as you
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know. we're getting into the holiday spirit here at "gma." with the superstar designer extraordinary, jonathan adler. he's here to show how he decked our hals. we did "the play of the day" from this set, because we don't want to reveal the young, fun way he decorated the other set. an exclusive look inside the final nail-biting rehearsals for "dancing with the stars." all coming up. first josh. it's expected to be a record day afterall. retailers predicting it to be the busiest online shopping day of the year. over the weekend, retailers raking up a record $59 million. more than half of the buyers bought online. look at what happened in some
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stores. this, a brawl, that erupted in a mall in california. all over women's underwear. >> yeah. >> wow. >> okay. a suspected shoplifter died outside a georgia walmart after being stopped by security guards that allegedly put him in a choke hold. this morning, for the second time in as many days, massive fire broke out in a factory in bangladesh. at least 124 people were killed in factory over the weekend. it did not have emergency exits. today, thousands of workers in that country walked off the job, demanding better working conditions. divers return to a colorado lake today. 13-year-old dylan fan i vanished from his father's home during a court-appointed visit to his father.
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this morning, his mom is making a desperate plea for his return. >> i think it was foul play. i think somebody knows where he is. i don't know if somebody is hiding him or somebody has already done something horrible. but somebody knows where he's at. they need to come -- they need to come forward. >> police are considering all scenarios, including the possibility that he may have been abducted. in medical news, if you're looking to beast your brain power, get out there and erks size. people that exercise have healthier, younger brains, compared to inactive people. a stunning sight caught on camera. kayakers in norway coming across some humpback whales. one of the whales became a problem. playfully knocking one of the
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kayaks over. >> are they being playful? >> one hopes. i can assure you that no one was hurt. just be careful. >> it would be so terrifying. >> the kayak getting knocked over by a whale, who is just being playful. meanwhile, take a look. the curling in the winter olympics. >> i love that. >> they've gotting in on this guy. man being hailed as a hero. look at the car sliding downhill, out of control, in brakes, after a snowstorm. disaster imminent. that guy steps in and somehow -- oh. the gold medal goes to russia there. >> it didn't look like he put in any effort. >> that's a trarl for the next "x-men" movie. >> that was impressive. so is "pop news."
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>> thank you, george. we begin with the the muppets and cee lo green. they've teamed up for an album, cee lo's magic moment. the new video, all i need is love. ♪ all i need is love ♪ oh yeah all i need is love ♪ yeah >> it sounds familiar. a little bit of a mashup. love the ma na ma na. the muppets will be here to perform for us tomorrow and be special guests throughout the show. >> ce rks -- cee lo has a muppet-like quality. prince william and his wife visited a rugby game over the
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weekend. he noticed he had signed it 17 years ago along with his mom, the late princess diana. it was a special moment for the couple and a handwriting remirnd that william's handwriting was much better at 12 than in the recent post. who could take a lesson from them? the biebs. south korean rapper psy is riding that imaginary pony right into the recordbooks. his video is the most viewed all time on youtube. more than 825 million time. i think we have seen it that many times on "gma." justin bieber, his video for "baby" was the number one spot previously. >> sarina was responsible for like 125 million of them. all day, every day in the house. >> which is why you can do it so
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well. everybody, i wish you could see -- >> no, no, it will be our secret. finally, the slogan milk does a body good. somebody took it literally thinking it meant pouring the milk all over his head. alas, a new online trend was born. it's called millioninging. videos like these are popping up like crazy online. it started with a group of university students in the uk. we have seen planking, owling, tebowing. now, we bring you milking. >> a milk shower. >> those parents must be so proud of their kids. >> any way. finally, this is "pop quiz" isn't it? a record-setting thanksgiving weejd at the box office. which movie topped the charts, the latest bond film, "skyfall"
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or "lincoln" or "breaking dawn." let's get to ginger. >> celebrating 50 years is? >> michelle ray. >> and not telling is? >> kathy from palm springs. she s >> she says i'm not telling she's 50. beautiful weather back home. aside from the fog, los angeles, 70 today. 67 fresno. 79 in palm springs. a big reinforcing shot of cold air. boy, new york city getting down to 39 with the snow tomorrow. d.c. in the pocket of cold, too.
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>> oh, we have a whole group >> oh, we have a whole group here from arkansas. they have a little gift for robin. feeling very much like the holidays. i'll bring it inside. >> thank you, ginger. where to find the best bang for your buck this cyber monday? we have great tips for you. the latest trend for documenting your life online. one woman's pregnancy told in 1
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and it's more powerful you're saying? yeah! [ male announcer ] it's not complicated. doing two things at once is better. and only at&t's network lets you talk and surf on your iphone 5. ♪ coming up, "gma's" "dancing with the stars" all-star showdown brought to you by at&t, rethink possible. all right. we have the answer to our "pop quiz." it was a record-setting thanksgiving weekend at the box office. we asked which movie tops the charts? it was not -- was it number 3? it was number 3. you guys were right. the finale to the "twilight" saga. "breaking dawn part 2" that edged out "skyfall" and "lincoln." >> they all went pretty well. >> they did. we're going to turn now to more on cyber monday. all kinds of online deals today. our technology maven becky worley has the scoop where to
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get the best bang for your buck right now. >> reporter: it's the sale that keeps on giving. what used to be one day of holiday sweater discounts at best has become an explosion of deals. i like to call it pre-thanks-black-small-biz -- week. yuck! come cyber monday, you might be thinking the discounts are tapped out. but there still are some price drops if you know where to look. let's start with tablets. the best deal is the kindle fire. normally $159. dropped to $129 cyber monday only at amazon. this is a full-fledged android tablet plus e-reader. a good price. the deals on the new ipad? eh. the best price on dh photo and max, $15 off. wawa wah. now clothing. i like to think of cyber monday as my socks and stables day for me and my kids.
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lots of stores offer blanket discounts on your whole purchase. lands' end, gap, old navy and banana republic, 30% off -- boom! finally, the big online retailers really have to bring it if they want to keep cyber monday alive. so it's worth going to their sites and just browsing a little to see if they've got any great last-minute deals. has 20% off site wide plus the sale price on the kitchenaid mixer. and is offering 10% off all appliances. while you may not get the most insane deals ever, you'll probably find a few things that will keep cyber monday alive for at least another year. for "good morning america," becklbec becky worley, abc news, oakland, california. now, to the very latest trend in documenting your life online. one couple using almost 1,000 snapshots to tell a very special
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story. nine months of pregnancy all edited into a stop-motion movie that's taken on a life of its own. paula faris has it frame by frame. >> reporter: call it a prequel for little emma, a stop-motion home movie made during 1,000 separate photos of mom during pregnancy. showing the morning sickness. the first precious videos of emma. and we see her belly get bigger and bigger. with 400,000 hits and counting on youtube, emma may be a future box office star. >> the lifetime of children is now online. the first-time moms are digital natives. they've been keeping track of everything in their lives, and they're not very shy about it. >> reporter: take this stop-motion video shot by another couple in march which already has over 9 million youtube views. it's not just pregnancy, social media has sparked a supersharing trend as we document every part of our lives.
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like this woman who turned her goal of losing 160 pounds into an online project called "changing room." >> the photos were just something i could keep with me for a reference. i could flip through them. i could look at the picture and say, okay, do i want to go backwards? forwards? or continue with my progress? >> reporter: and then there's 16-year-old kaolin who is determined to take as many pictures from geese to grizzlies. 24,000 to go. >> we feel like what we're posting has to be great. and we want to one-up each other in some ways. there's a lot of pressure to do better than what's been done before. >> reporter: it's so easy to do with apps that let you string together still photos. even add music. just remember to keep the background and your outfit the same. like all hollywood blockbusters save the showstopper for the end. for "good morning america," paula faris abc news, new york. >> so beautiful. all you wanted to talk about was ten months versus nine months.
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>> it will all make sense one day, apparently. or not. >> that baby. that was a great payoff. >> that's beautiful. >> i loved seeing the husband and wife together, too. >> it's really cute. >> it's a neat idea. great way to remember an important moment as is christmas. such an important moment, and we have a christmas decorating spectacular. and who better than to deck the "gma" halls than superstar designer j eer jonathan adler. a fabulous book. we're going to reveal our merry selves in just a minute. first, take a look at what inspired him. ♪ >> reporter: no doubt about it, it is that time of year. time to deck the halls "gma" style. so, welcome to our humble abode. who better to bring holiday bling to our hall lowed halls
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than designer extraordinary jonathan adler. >> it's something that i want to bring. >> reporter: for engineer, jonathan has wowed the world with fabulous designs on everything from throw pillows to lamps. so if he can do this to an ottoman, the question is what can he do with our studio? when you are doing holiday decor, where does one start? >> the question is where does one end. >> i want you the feel at home here. you can play with the cameras. do things from above. on the floor. >> there's a lot of opportunities for hanging stuff. evil -- elves? >> reporter: the newly released book "jonathan adler, 100 ways to chic your life." it's important to have a muse in mind. who is it for our studio? >> my main one here is the team, the on-air talent. they're all so sweet and great and fun. >> reporter: that's right, for the first time in our lives, the "gma" gang is the muse for jonathan's magic. and his look for our lovely holiday set. traditional with a decidedly
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contemporary wink. forget evergreens. this year, our trees are all made of boxwood and covered with collections of animals. there are critters sporting stars and more than a few surprises. >> we're definitely going to use this on the set because it's surreal. that's something you want at the holiday, something fantastical. >> reporter: and jonathan's advice for "gma" viewers -- >> i think your holiday should be fun. it should be over the top. more is more at the holidays. ♪ >> all right. so are you ready? because we sure are. we're going to see what superstar designer jonathan adler has cooked up for us. welcome to "gma." >> thank you, i'm so happy to be here. >> it looks fantastic in here. we're going to begin with this box. your theme was inspired by us. we were your muse? >> you are always my muse, of course. the "gma" team. my theme is peace which is very important, love and fun. you know, peace and love should be what we all think about at
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the holidays and it should always be fun like "gma." >> oh, thank you. >> yes. >> let's open gift number one. ready, everybody. one, two, three. and -- oh, i love it. >> peace. >> let me move this right here. that's great, jonathan. and look at your penguins. >> the penguins, animals are such a happy thing. i think you should fill your house with animals. and i make animals. >> jonathan is a world famous potter. so your pottery is a world famous thing. i want to talk about boxwood. it's so clean and green. >> boxwood is my favorite thing. it's clean, it's green. i think that wreaths don't just need to be round. you can make a peace sign wreath. >> you can make a heart. >> you can make a heart. in fact, we did. >> you did? >> you'll see it. let's go to the second great reveal. >> is this present also for us? >> this present is for us. drum roll -- love. >> very nice. again, i'm noticing a theme in terms of white and silver.
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not a lot of red and green here. i kind of love how clean and young it is. >> yeah, it's christmas and the holidays don't need to be about just red and green. white is bright. silver, bling. your house will be full of bling at the holidays. >> bling with the light. i know you were saying to me off camera, pick one, two, three colors go for it. more is better. >> more is more is more at the holidays. there are no rules but i do love to overload with white and silver and gold and bling. >> which works, too, for any denomination, any holiday. >> yeah. >> another present, everybody. >> this is about fun. >> this is about the fun. >> tah-dah! >> this is a unique christmas tree. >> yeah, it's a topiary. i think christmas trees don't need to be christmas trees. i think any greenery is fantastic around the house at the holidays. >> i like the unique face.
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>> it's a multiface. i took something i had around the house. hopefully, a jonathan adler vase, if not, anything will do. turn it into a receptacle for a topiary. and the thing i love about this is, you can use it all year round. it's not just for the holidays. >> make an investment in a couple of pieces. i want to show everybody really quick. hey, guys, look at these great stockings that jonathan did in nontraditional colors, young, super fun. the name of your book? >> "100 ways to happy chic your life." >> jonathan adler, everybody, we thank you so much. stick around. coming up on "good morning america," the one, the only, alicia keys singing to rock our morning. stay with us, everybody! we'll be right back. ♪ oh you gotta listen ♪ to your heart ♪ listen to your heart ♪ why don't you listen to your
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heart ♪ good morning i'm kristen sze chp investigating what caused a head-on crash in the sierra foothills that killed four people including
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three members of a family saturday night on highway 50 in the town of camino. a westbound prius crossed four lanes and was hit head on by a minivan. 4-year-old girl in the van was killed. >> we still have problems in the pleasant hill area san francisco direction due to mechanical problems, 10 to 15 minutes. lafayette eastbound, bay point direction still delayed. south 101 past petaluma boulevard slow that accident has cleared. westbound 580 at keller slow past the scene due to earlier accident. southbound 280 ramp to northbound 880 closed due to a car fire in san s
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good morning, visibility reduced at the airport hayward and mountain view, beginning to lift in parts of the north bay, cooler afternoon hazy conditions, upper 50s to mid ♪ ♪ oh you gotta listen to your heart ♪ ♪ listen to your heart oh why
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don't you listen to your heart ♪ ♪ you can fly you said you're a little bit scared just hold on we're almost there oh oh oh ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh wow! [ cheers and applause ] >> a good morning to you, america. so excited to have the one, the only, alicia keys here with us live. we'll hear more from the new album "girl on fire" plus a very special guest. >> we'll hear three songs from alicia keys. first to "dancing with the stars." we have an all female final.
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rachel smith went behind the scenes for a last-minute look at who could go all the way. >> reporter: "dancing with the stars" makes history tonight. >> girl power. >> the final three, it's all women. the three girls who are really intense, really competitive. >> reporter: shawn johnson will quick step. kelly monaco will dance the paso doble. and melissa rycroft will samba. he's never won a trophied and wondered. >> because they are coming in, they may feel the pressure to defend themselves more. >> reporter: the other freestyle dances are top secret until tonight. although "good morning america" saw them eyeing their competition during rehearsal. you actually said that shawn is the one to beat. >> shawn's tough. she goes in and she nails it.
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>> reporter: the retired olympic gymnast will be cheered by this year's gold medalists. >> my five teammates actually arrived last night. >> they're going to be in the audience and watching and supporting this girl. ♪ >> people have been clearly speculating about you. are you in a relationship? >> we're together 12 hours a day. >> boy friend/girlfriend? are you exclusive, are you going steady >> that's the first thing i said workser going to be married for the next four months. and that's the only way we're successful in this get condition. >> reporter: the competition ends tomorrow night. >> we're doing the black pants dance. >> hey. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, los angeles. >> thank you, rachel. and the finals of "dancing with the stars" all-stars, tonight, 8:00 p.m., 7:00 central. plus, all three finalists here
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live in the studio wednesday morning for our huge "dancing with the stars" afterparty. let's go inside to amy. >> all right. now to superstar alicia keys she took the world by storm with her album "songs in a minor." she's back with a powerhouse album "girl on fire." it comes out tomorrow. we are so excited because alicia is here to perform a few songs. she's got a medley "new day" and "girl on fire." ♪ ♪ "gma" and a.k. ♪ oh oh are you ready let's go let's go ♪
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♪ honey people say hey it's a new day it's a new day it's a new day ♪ ♪ get ready get ready everybody ready for a new day ♪ ♪ new day day day ♪ ♪ she's just a girl and she's on fire hotter than a fantasy, lonely like a highway ♪ ♪ she's living in a world and it's on fire feel the catastrophe but she knows she can fly away ♪ ♪ oh oh oh she's got both feet on the ground and she's burning
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it down ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh ♪ she's got her head in the clouds and she's not backing down ♪ ♪ this girl is on fire this girl is on fire fire ♪ ♪ she's walking on fire fire ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ everybody says as she comes by they can see the flame that's in her eyes and watch her as she's lighting up the night ♪ nobody knows that she's a lonely girl and it's a lonely world ♪ ♪ but she's going to let it burn baby burn baby ♪ ♪ this girl is on fire fire
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♪ this girl is on fire fire ♪ she's walking on fire this girl is on fire ♪ ♪ come on oh oh oh hey if you're on fire you know it ♪ ♪ put your hands in the air you're on fire you know it oh oh oh ♪ ♪ 'cause you're on fire you know it yeah hey ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
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♪ she's just a girl and she's on fire ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> alicia keys is on fire! thank you, and we have more heat from her coming up in just a bit here on "gma." let's go ahead outside for the cold from ginger zee. >> that was such a hot performance, wow. we've got big fans from houston. the texans, they love them. 13th birthday, what's your name? >> emily. >> emily, celebrating right here in times square. let's get straight to the weather. we go to the pacific northwest. they had a rough go of it the last week or so. you see the drier skies from redding, san francisco, too. reno, and snow, i want to make sure you're warned of it anywhere f
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>> we have, oh, so much more coming up on "gma." more on alicia keys in just a couple minutes stay right who are. ♪
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and we are back now with alicia keys here to perform a few songs from her new album "girl on fire." and, boy, she is. the album is out tomorrow. you'll perform in just a moment. but we want to catch up with you a little bit. if that's all right. >> i'd love to. >> i read that you believe this album is your best work yet. >> it is. it absolutely is. i believe everything i do after will continue to get. but this is surely the best place i've ever been in. creatively going to new places. i'm proud of "girl on fire" can't wait for you to hear it. >> so far, so good, my friend. i want to know how little your
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baby egypt has given to you? >> i believe the baby has given me the confidence. egypt has opened my eyes and my spirit and my heart to so many see motions and things i never could have accessed before. that's why i think i'm able to find an even more beautiful place to write from, create from. >> you have this album that you're giving back. i understand you're doing a concert at madison square garden december 12th to help the victims of sandy. >> yes, we are. i'm big on that. obviously, this is my city. new york city, what we went through recently is very difficult for so many. and my other organization, keep a child alive, helps me understand how much we should understand each other. on the 12th we do for sandy. on december 6th, i do a concert for keep a child alive at the apollo and i'm very proud to be a part of the city. >> thank you for your generosity
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and this wonderful sound. we're going to get a little taste of it right now. alicia keys singing "brand new me." ♪ it's been a while i'm not who i was before ♪ you look surprised your words don't burn me anymore ♪ ♪ been meaning to tell ya but i guess it's clear to see don't be mad ♪ ♪ it's just a brand new kind of me can't be bad i found a brand new kind of free ♪ ♪ ♪ careful with your ego he's the one that we should blame ♪ the to grab my heart back god knows something had to change
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♪ i thought that you'd be happy i found the one thing i need ♪ ♪ why you mad it's just a brand new kind of me ♪ ♪ oh it took a long long road to get here it took a brave brave girl to try ♪ it took one too many excuses one too many lies don't be surprised don't be surprised ♪ ♪ if i talk a little louder if i speak up when you're wrong ♪ if i walk a little taller i've been under you too long ♪ ♪ if you notice that i'm different don't take it personally don't be mad ♪
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♪ it's just a brand new kind of me that ain't bad i found a brand new kind of free ♪ ♪ oh it took a long long road to get here it took a brave brave girl to try ♪ ♪ i've taken one too many excuses one too many lies don't be surprised oh said you look surprised ♪ ♪ hey if you were a friend you'd wanna get to know me again ♪ if you were worth the while you'd be happy to see me smile ♪ ♪ i'm not expecting sorry i'm too busy finding myself i got
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this i found me i found me yeah ♪ ♪ i don't need your opinion i'm not waiting for your okay i'll never be perfect but at least now i'm brave ♪ ♪ i know my heart is open i can finally breathe don't be mad ♪ it's a brand new kind of me that ain't bad i found a brand new kind of free don't be mad it's just a brand new time for me ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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it is just perfect to have alicia keys with us here. herle new album "girl on fire" comes out tomorrow. right now, if you would, please, you said it is your town. the new york city hit. "empire state of mind" please. >> my pleasure. >> alicia keys. >> i'm blessed to be from a city such as new york city. here we are right now. i love my city there's no place
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like it. it's taught me so much. it's brought up with so much. it made me just who i am. get it, boy. so we got to talk about new york city. today, this morning. everybody. it's about your dreams and your hopes, ha, let's go. ♪ ♪ oooh, oooh, new york oooh, oooh, new york ♪ ♪ grew up in a town that is famous as a place ♪ ♪ of movie scenes noise is always loud ♪ ♪ there are sirens all around
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and the streets are mean ♪ ♪ if i could make it here i could make it anywhere ♪ ♪ that's what they say seeing my face in lights ♪ ♪ or my name in marquees found down broadway ♪ ♪ even if it ain't all it seems ♪ ♪ i got a pocketful of dreams baby, i'm from ♪ ♪ new york, concrete jungle where dreams are made of ♪ ♪ there's nothing you can't do now you're in new york ♪ ♪ these streets will make you feel brand-new ♪ ♪ big lights will inspire you hear it for new york ♪ ♪ new york, new york
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♪ dreams all looking pretty no place in the world put your hands in the air everybody say yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ new york, new york concrete dream s ♪ new york, concrete jungle where dreams are made of ♪ ♪ there's nothing you can't do now you're in new york ♪ ♪ these streets will make you feel brand-new ♪ ♪ big lights will inspire you hear it for new york ♪ ♪ new york, new york [ cheers and applause ] >> new york city this is for you.
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and we have a great crowd up here in times square this morning. how about another round of applause for alicia keys! >> alicia keys, everybody! >> how about a happy birthday to you. >> happy birthday! >> i'm so proud to be here. >> thank you. did you guys have a good time? >> yes. >> did you have a good time? >> yes. >> they have to come back tomorrow. we have the muppets coming back
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tomorrow. would you like that? >> yes. >> thanks for joining us, everybody. have a great day! @ñ@ñ ñ
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good morning i'm kristen sze. dense fog has been covering much of the bay area bridges
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all morning. meteorologist lisa argen is here with the forecast. good morning a quarter mile visibility from hayward through mountain view, airport the damage has been done, considerable delays, 16th of a mile north bay should be clearing shortly cool now 49 fremont, 52 downtown, partly cloudy, hazy sun low to mid sick today. fog lifting at the bay bridge, -- earlier accident cleared to treasure island. ace, amtrak and capital corridor, 20 minute delays due to san jose tracking problems. announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, star of the new film "bernie" actor jack black. and the right present for the right person as we kick off "live's" gift giving week. plus, carrot top
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